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HOF Profile: Paul O'Neill

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Paul O'Neill - Rightfielder

 

Cincinnati Reds 1985-1992

New York Yankees 1993-2001

 

Awards

None

 

All-Star Selections: 5 (1991, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998)

 

League Leader

1994: Batting Average

 

Career Ranks

Doubles: 75th

 

Hall of Fame Stats

 

Black Ink: Batting - 4 (401) (Average HOFer ≈ 27)

Gray Ink: Batting - 45 (538) (Average HOFer ≈ 144)

HOF Standards: Batting - 36.9 (184) (Average HOFer ≈ 50)

HOF Monitor: Batting - 70.5 (246) (Likely HOFer > 100)

 

Similar Batters in the HOF: None

Top 10 Similar Batters: Bobby Bonilla, Del Ennis, Fred Lynn, Bernie Williams, Reggie Smith, Ruben Sierra, George Hendrick, Ken Boyer, Bob Johnson, Will Clark

 

Year-by-Year Win Shares & Wins Above Replacement Level (WARP3)

 

1985: 1/0.1

1986: 0/0.0

1987: 5/1.1

1988: 13/5.2

1989: 18/5.6

1990: 16/5.0

1991: 19/8.6

1992: 13/6.4

1993: 15/7.1

1994: 23/11.5

1995: 18/6.8

1996: 22/8.7

1997: 28/9.2

1998: 26/9.8

1999: 16/5.9

2000: 13/4.4

2001: 13/3.1

 

Career Win Shares: 259

Career WARP3: 98.6

 

Would he get my vote?

No. If he could have hit as well as he did in his 30's while he was in his 20's he might have had a case. Went from being a unspectacular corner outfielder with the Reds into a damn good hitter with the Yankees but is no where close to being a HOF. What am I'm trying to figure out is how at age 38 did he steal 22 bases and only be caught three times?

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